Paris restaurants

A colleague of mine was kind enough to provide a list of restaurants to try in Paris. I plan to try out these and others in our time in Paris. Hopefully I will even write up a quick review on each. I know the world doesn’t need another Paris restaurant review site, but my angle is a little different: restaurants for people from Seattle who enjoy great food but are more used to the general swill served on the Eastside but have lived in Zurich for the last year and while they enjoy wurst in all its glories were really in need of some good food. Might not be a big demographic though.

Something nice you can do on Saturdays is “Marché des enfants rouges” (rue de Bretagne , 3ème) to have lunch and a walk in the neighborhood (a really parisian thing).

American food :

Joe Allen,

30 rue Pierre Lescot, Paris 1er

There is one Joe Allen in New York (good sign J )

Coffee Parisien,

7, Rue Gustave-courbet , Paris 16ème

4, Rue Princesse, Paris 6ème

Mexican food :

La Perla, 26, Rue François Miron, Paris 4ème

French food :

L’Emile, 8 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau, Paris 1er

Le Petit Marché, 9, rue de Béarn, Paris 3ème

Café Rouge, 32, Rue de Picardie , 75003 Paris

L’auberge Bressane, 16, avenue de la Motte-Piquet , Paris 7ème

Chez Paul, 13, Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

Mollard, 115 rue Saint-Lazare 75008 Paris

Italian Food

Vitelloni, 4, Rue Dupetit Thouars , 75003

L’Altro, 16, rue du Dragon, Paris 6ème

Da mimmo, boulevard magenta , Paris 10ème

Asian food

Le sourire de Saigon, 54, rue du Mont-Cenis, Paris 18ème   (really good restaurant)

Bistrot de Mme Shawnn ,18, Rue Caffarelli, 75003

And to finish : some places more expensive but view or mood are really amazing (you can just have a drink too) :

-Café Marly (Musée du Louvre)

  • Georges , Paris 1er (on top of the Pompidou museum)

-Kong, Paris 1er

-Les ombres, Paris 7ème close to the Alma bridge (on top of the quai Branly Museum)


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